Even Tom Brady is anxious about his future.
In the new podcast interview, the seven-time Super Bowl champion discussed the second half of his football career and his prospects when he finally decides to quit the game permanently.
“I have a lot of dedication,” the 43-year-old quarterback said on Hodinkee Radio, the watch store he invested in, while discussing his desire to help others, including coaching young players.
“I think there is still a lot of time and energy to focus on being a good quarterback. Although I am a little worried about the ending, I believe it will give me many opportunities to do things that I have no chance to do. I really think that I Can help many people.”
The topic of retirement is nothing new to Brady. Brady told ESPN in 2017 that he wanted to be at least “in his 40s.” Brady even said at the time that he did not rule out the possibility of trying to compete at the age of 50.
After leading the Pirates to the Super Bowl in the first year of joining the Buccaneers last season, any doubts about his longevity were put on hold. He had previously spent two decades with the Patriots, who selected him in the sixth round of the 2000 National Football League Draft.
Brady said on the podcast: “I am not a genius, but a two-year-old child who has been given greatness by the world.”
“I have gone through a process. I have many normal moments in my life to establish a benchmark for… I have a lot of things related to many people, just based on my life experience. So I feel that I have taken root in this sense Up.”
When Brady plans for the future, he focuses on life in the present, and football (compared to meditation) compares football to standing still.
He said: “I think I’m just staying at the last moment. I still feel that I have a willingness to compete, need to train hard and enable my team to succeed.” “Going to Tampa is facing a big challenge. The story is not finished yet.”
Before leading the Buccaneers to victory, Brady and the Patriots won six Super Bowls. He will turn 44 in August.